The truth is we live a world where everything is documented these days. From breakfast goodness to what your wearing that day, to live streaming of exactly what is happening via applications like Snapchat and Periscope. Smart phones make it so simple to capture said moments, and it’s easier than ever to share them with friends and family. But what happens to those pictures once they’ve fallen off your Instagram feed or you’ve updated your profile picture on Facebook? They’re basically gone into the abyss of a million and one pictures. Granted I don’t need to remember exactly what I ate for breakfast on April 13 2013, but some photographs should stick around. The important memories, the travel snaps (bad hair and all), the hangs with friends, the birthdays, the special moments. In the past it was such an exciting moment to take your camera film to be developed. You’d flick through those pictures time and time again, display them in your home. They were seen, and discussed, and remembered as they should be. And …
Fringe is my favourite time of the year. The city is buzzing with activity, something new and exciting is happening on every corner and there is literally something for everyone. From comedy to cabaret, burlesque to boylesque, you need to get into the city ASAP. Trust me, if you don’t visit Fringe World this month I’ll have to smack you. Noodle Palace was the venue of choice for tonight’s Fringe adventure (and my first of the season) for a storm. A Storm In A D Cup.
This is a sponsored post in collaboration with Sleepmaker. This is my dream room. Clean lines, pops of colour, vintage inspired art and candles for days. I could see myself kicking back on my wrought iron bed with a cup of T2 Rose Tea and a good book.
If I could bathe in coffee I probably would. Strange, I know, but it makes me feel wonderful.
Care for a spot of tea? Only if it’s served in a pretty tea cup of course! It’s not just about what you’re drinking, it’s about how you’re drinking it.
My car was broken into a few weeks ago and the only thing they took was my pink digital camera. Ugh. It wasn’t really a big deal because I rarely ever used it (iPhone only), but it did give me the perfect excuse to go out and get a fancy new one!